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People-centric movement fuels Khazei’s campaign

Candidate relies on grass-roots politics

US Senate candidate Alan Khazei greeted Bob Kearney, a regional field coordinator for his campaign, before an event in Cambridge recently. US Senate candidate Alan Khazei greeted Bob Kearney, a regional field coordinator for his campaign, before an event in Cambridge recently. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / November 24, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Alan Khazei makes no secret of his underdog status among the Democrats now running for Senate, pointing out that he lacks the name recognition of Attorney General Martha Coakley, the congressional base of US Representative Michael E. Capuano, and the advertising budget of Celtics co-owner Stephen G. Pagliuca. (Full article: 1013 words)

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